Topshop Auctions Kendall Jenner’s Met Ball Dress For Fashion Targets Breast Cancer

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  • The five couture dresses made by Topshop for the Met Ball to go on sale...

    Back in May, Kendall Jenner and four stylish starlets ditched the designer labels in favour of custom-made Topshop gowns for fashion’s most prestigious and glamorous of evenings – the grand Met Ball.

    And now you can snap up one of the exact dresses –or all five, depending on your budget – when they go up for auction later this month.

    The high street giant is set to auction the five dresses it made for the 2014 Met ball in New York, with all proceeds going to the charity, Fashion Targets Breast Cancer.

    The one-off pieces which were hand-made in Topshop’s London atelier were worn by supermodel Jourdan Dunn, rock-royalty Zoe Kravitz, Toni Garn, Chanel Iman, and model-of-the-moment Kendall Jenner.

    Inspired by the theme of this year’s Met Ball – the work of British Couturier Charles James – each of the five jewel-coloured dresses was designed specifically with the wearer in mind.

    So if you’re interested, now is the time to bump up that PayPal account – the dresses go on sale on eBay on November 27th, with the auction set to last 10 days.

    Happy bidding…

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